|Size||3,379.92 sq ft|
|Rent||£55,000 per annum|
|Business Rates||As this was being used for a religious purpose we are advised by the billing authority, London Borough of Newham, that the rates are exempt.|
|Energy Performance Rating||This property has been graded as 71 (C)|
East Ham is a densely populated area forming part of the London Borough of Newham and situated 8 miles east of Charing Cross. The subject property lies on the east side of High Street North (A117) located within a parade of shops between its junction with Kensington Avenue to the South and Byron Avenue to the North. The area comprises of an excellent shopping district with a host of high street multiples, banks and restaurants near to the subject property. The property lies close to a very busy highway with excellent bus facilities including East Ham Tube station (District & Hammersmith & City) less than a few minutes’ walk.
|Floor / Unit||Description||Sq ft||Sq m|
The premises are in need of repair and was previously used as a Place of Worship Temple. It includes an open plan hall with some partitioned offices. The premises also benefits from access to a lower ground floor basement which provides additional storage accommodation. At 1st Floor level there is a dining room and kitchen with self-contained mens and ladies toilets. A separate area exists housing a shower. A section of the 1st floor to the front has been removed to give a “large atrium” effect in the ground floor hall. There is also a rear exit door to a communal estate area. The property benefits from gas central heating and hot water separately serviced by combi boilers (not listed).
The property is available subject to a new F.R.I sub lease (outside the L & T Act) to 4 yearly upward only rent reviews on a term to be agreed.
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in this transaction. The prospective tenant is required to give an undertaking through their solicitors prior to the commencement of legal formalities for any abortive legal costs should they withdraw from the transaction. The proposed assignee is responsible for the landlords legal and surveyor costs to the proposed assignment whether or not this matter proceeds to completion.
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